|District Reference:||*CH||No.VII - C|
|Subject:||Protection of Nature Area|
For the purposes of preserving nature and encouraging the prudent use of our natural resources, Brookhaven College has designated an area north of the campus as a “natural state.” This preservation will protect and enhance the College’s learning environment, protect and respect the wildlife population and express clearly a strong belief in the value of conserving nature.
The tract defined below is designated as a protected area of natural state.
The area north of campus bounding at the creek line known as tract #1, containing approximately 20 acres and described as:
Commencing at a point formed by the intersection of the south line of Spring Valley Lane and the east line of Marsh Lane, thence south along the east line of Marsh Lane a distance of 2368.79 ft. to an iron pipe, thence south 89° 47’49” east along an existing fence a distance of 1291.97 ft. to a point in the center of Farmers Branch Creek for a corner and the point of beginning of this survey; thence south 25° 15’ 46” west along the centerline of Farmers Branch Creek a distance of 758.61 ft to a point for a corner; thence south 86° 48’21” east along an existing fence a distance 438.20 ft. to a point for a corner; thence north 82° 56’ 32” east along an existing fence a distance of 1106.44 ft. to an existing iron pipe for a corner; thence north 0° 0’ 54” east along an existing fence a distance of 571.45 ft. to an existing iron pipe for a corner; thence north 89° 51’ 17” west along an existing fence a distance of 1211.99 ft. to the place of beginning and containing 20.619 acres of land.
|Area of Natural State|
Under the authority of the College, the following conservation is followed:
|Conservation of Natural State|